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About The Penultimate Ninja

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    That's levitation, homes!
  • Birthday 08/07/1976

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  1. Quarantine Circular (PC) Another Mike Bothell 'short'. A short science fiction text adventure game playable in pretty much one sitting. I liked it a lot. Apparently there are different options/endings according to what decisions you take, but I haven't explored any of that yet.
  2. Tacoma (PC) Really enjoyed this. It was an interesting story, and I found it more engaging to play than Gone Home. Princess Remedy In A World Of Hurt (PC) A short (around 40 mins), freebie retro console-style adventure game. I think it might have originally been a game jam project. A pleasant little diversion with charming 8-bit-style looks
  3. Yeah, I enjoyed the story, but the writing not so much. Some of the mini-game stuff wasn't great either, especially the upgrade crafting bit. I enjoyed it through, I like the themes and setting. I'd recommend games like 2046: Read Only Memories or VA-11 HALL-A ahead of this.
  4. What Remains Of Edith Finch (PC) The Red Strings Club (PC) Pikuniku (PC) Pikuniku is a fun, cute, short adventure thing. It's funny, well written, with a great fun soundtrack. All of these were freebies. I should play some of the games I paid for at some point.
  5. I've finished it on PS2 and PS3, and I'm really tempted to get it again on PC. It's one of my favourite games, but there's no denying it's really slow to get started, and waaaaay longer than it needs to be.
  6. Undecided as yet if we'll be going this year for a number of factors: - The move from Brimingham to London makes it a lot more expensive for us. - ExCel kind of sucks. - I'm getting married about 6 weeks before, will probably be skint.
  7. The Joypod folks (minus Michael) are back with a new one called The Computer Game Show. http://spong.com/podcasts/computergameshow/
  8. I read Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits last month, it revels in being brash and funny in the same way John Dies at the End did. The bad guy is a complete dick. Stupidly, entertainingly so.
  9. I finished The Unnoticables yesterday. I enjoyed it a lot. It's a funny, crude, gory sci-fi/horror that I'd definitely recommend to people who liked stuff like John Dies At The End.
  10. Kingsman Another comic adaptation from the same creative team behind Kick-Ass, about an ultra secret british intelligence agency. Funny, and some awesome fight scenes with Colin Firth of all people.
  11. I watched The History of Future Folk on Netflix last weekend. I believe they're a comedy musical act in the vein of Tenacious D or Flight of the Conchords. Anyway, the film is about a couple of aliens sent to Earth to pave the way for an invasion. Instead they hear and fall in love with music, form a bluegrass band, and save the planet. Not laugh out loud funny, but really charming and endearing. I enjoyed it a lot.
  12. What We Do In The Shadows. I really liked it.
  13. Hitman Go is awesome. £2.99 I think.
  14. So many games would be improved that way. Splinter Cell would be amazing. Or Madden.
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